|Lilug, GPLv3 presented by Matt Norwood of Software Freedom Law Center - dotCOMmie|
Recording of Long Island Linux User Group (lilug.org) talk by Matt Norwood of the Software Freedom Law Center. Matt talks about legal issues concerning Free Software, in particular GPLv3.
Keywords: LILUG; linux user group; Matt Norwood; SFLC; Software Freedom Law Center; GPL3; GPLv3; LUG
|Open Source Loudspeaker Report 12/6/2006|
Newscast about the open source community, including projects, hardware, software and the business of open software. 12/6/2006 edition. Audio blogger Rich Morgan discusses GPL 2, the proposed GPL 3 and Novell/Microsoft. Stanford University Professor Mark Musen talks about Protege, an ontology system that has advanced the state of the art in "problem solving" computing- once referred to as artificial intelligence or expert systems.
Keywords: open source loudspeaker; rich morgan; gpl 3; drm; drivers; software license; ontology; protege; athena; health care computing; computer software news; mark musen; stanford university
|James Vasile of the Software Freedom Law Center on GPL3, The FOSS Legal Primer, and The Interaction of Licenses & Communities - The New York Linux Users Group|
James Vasile of the Software Freedom Law Center discusses several legal topics of interest to users of Free and Open Source Software. While version three of the GPL is now old news, there are still some points about it worth discussing, and many still have questions about what makes it different from previous versions of the widely-used GNU General Public License. James also spoke to us about the interaction between licenses and communities...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; Open Source; James Vasile; SFLC; Software Freedom Law Center; Creative Commons; GPL; GPL3; licenses; communities